The remains of 1,000 victims of the World War II genocide were uncovered this winter as construction began on high-end apartments in Belarus.
Scientists say PTSD wreaks havoc on the brain's ability to recall and forget, leading them to refer to it as a disorder of memory.
"[My daughter is] called Charlotte. She's about the same age as you," the prince said to 5-year-old Alen Alsati.
"In the era of #MeToo, this company is not taking violence against women seriously," the petition reads.
Kyle Kashuv, who has become a gun-rights activist after surviving the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, confronted Scot Peterson, the school's former resource officer, before a deposition.
A special team of Zimbabwean women have transformed from victims of violence into protectors of the country's most valuable natural treasures — its endangered elephants and rhinos.
The Paradise resident became an addiction counselor after serving her jail time.
Katie Stubblefield, 21, has become the youngest person in the U.S. to receive a face transplant.
The man has been living alone in the rain forest for at least 22 years.
The teenage activist apparently isn't impressed by Kanye West's recent behavior.
The Parkland shooting survivor and gun control advocate celebrated his 18th birthday Thursday.
"Trump is an enabler. Trump has no ideas. Trump is out for himself. He's a sick, very disturbed individual."
"I'm sure someone from his age group is dying to sucker punch this rich little bitch."
Laura Ingraham received widespread condemnation after she mocked a Marjory Stoneman Douglas shooting survivor for not getting accepted into his top California colleges.
"What would have happened if I died there? You know, that's horrifying."
The twist that led to Ben beating Chrissy is here to stay.
The artist's intention was to "show the highest respect for the memory of the Holocaust."
Tokuko Kimura was 10 years old when she became victim to the second of the only two nuclear attacks in history and 72 years later she's fighting to ensure it never happens again.
Rodney Davis said the day was a particularly memorable one for his family.
'We always knew that we could not blame an entire group of people for the actions of some horrible people who misappropriated the tenets of their religion in an extreme way.'
A California judge granted a motion to dismiss criminal charges against three of Backpage's top officials: Carl Ferrer, Michael Lacey and James Larkin.